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Unformatted text preview: Name: EU Physics H133 (Spring, 2011): Quiz #3
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Ezhfzjc thfW cos0=%(e“9+e'19) isin0:%(elg—e’10) Consider the SG devices above. Of the electrons entering the last device, what fraction exit through
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2. (3 pts.) iii the setup of SG devices shown in problem (1) above, what is always true about the state 3 vector of the quantons exiting through the positive output of the middle device? Circle all that apply! (a) This state vector is the same as that of the quantons entering the middle device.
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(c) Quantum mechanics leaves us uncertain about this state vector after the middle device has performed its measurement.
(d) This state vector must be an energy eigenvector. Explain your responses (including the ones that you did not circle)! (1 pt. for correct answers, 2 pts.
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the graph), if we do a measurement that locates the quanton, what is the probability of a result to the right of the origin (which is in the center)? Answer: 7 4. (5’ pts.) At time t : 0, each electron in a beam has the state vector tb(0)) = w/1/3+Z)+i\/2/31—Z>,
where +z) and —z) are also eigenvectors of energy, with eigenvalues 00V and 71 eV, respectively. (1 pt.) If at t = 0 the beam passes through an SGx device, what fraction do you expect to exit the negative output? b. (1 pt) What is WU»?
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This note was uploaded on 06/03/2011 for the course H 133 taught by Professor Furnstahl during the Spring '11 term at Ohio State.
 Spring '11
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